TIKTOK star Adam Perkins, who died on Sunday at the age of 24, apparently died in a Calfornia “residence,” but his cause of death still remains unknown.
The Los Angeles County Coroner revealed the popular Vine and TikTok star died in a property in LA, but said it was still determining his cause of death.
Perkins was wildly popular on the two video social media apps, especially after posting a Vine showing himself in a bathroom mirror saying “hi, welcome to Chili’s.”
His twin brother Patrick announced his death on social media, but said he was not sharing how his brother died.
The two grew up in the sunny state, with their dad Lars working as a tech entrepreneur who sold photo sharpening software to Google in 2004.
Their mom Susan is a British actress. Their family also has property along the west coast, in LA, and in Maine, but it still is unclear if he was living alone at the time of his death.
According to the Daily Mail, police from the department’s West LA branch were called to the residence where Perkins is said to have died.
Patrick released an album his brother, who graduated with a degree in music from NYU in 2019, was working on before his death.
“My brother, Adam Perkins, passed away this previous Sunday, 4-11-21,” he wrote. “I can’t even really put into words what this loss means for me. I’m often asked the question, ‘what’s it like to be a twin?’ and my response is usually, ‘what’s it like to NOT be a twin?'”
Accompanying his caption was a photo of the two of them in black and white.
“Being a twin is a very central part of my identity. It’s all I’ve known. and I’m struggling to find the words to explain what it will be like for me to live in this world without him. my best friend.”
“In his honor, I will be releasing his album “Latch Relay” on a limited edition vinyl. it will be the first release on Plas Teg Records, a label that will seek to fulfill his musical destiny that was so tragically cut short.”
“i love you, my best friend Adam,” he ended. “1997-forever.”
He also shared tributes on Instagram, but refused to answer how his twin brother died.
“Think I need to take this opportunity to explain something to you: if the cause of death is not released, there is a reason…” he wrote.
“There is intention in every part of this. Please respect both of us by not asking that question… not sure how it’s not obvious that I didn’t say for a reason. Everything in this is intentional. Please respect that,” he ended.